The stunning Sara Fagley. Sara is mother of two boys Brayden (5) and Cooper (3). Sara's first pregnancy was healthy for the most part. She had some issues with her thyroid which caused her to gain quite a bit of weight but was otherwise okay. Her water broke at 36 weeks but her son was measuring quite large so no one was concerned about him arriving early. Brayden was having quite a bit of trouble breathing when he was born and was taken away to be on oxygen. Sara was scared just looking at the nurses whisper over him and looked over to see her husband crying. They'd been together for many years it was the first time she'd ever seen him cry which scared her even more. They eventually had to be transported to the local children's hospital for NICU. He was on oxygen for 10 days before finally coming home. They had weaned Brayden off of oxygen and attempted his car seat test for discharge two days prior but he turned blue and had to be put back on oxygen. Sara says that because of his start she was perhaps a bit over attached and scared to leave him. Her second pregnancy was healthy other than thyroid issues as well. She carried to 39 weeks but struggled with worry that Cooper would come early or be born with complications. He came out weighing 10lbs 2oz and Sara was reassured that he was very healthy. She was incredibly relieved and decided to rest. When she woke up, her son was gone and she panicked. Her husband told her that his oxygen saturation had been low so they took him to give him some oxygen. She was devastated and thought they were going to have another difficult experience. Thankfully, after just a couple hours of oxygen, he was fine and able to come back to Sara. Sara enjoyed a breastfeeding relationship with each of her boys for 6 months. She feels that so many women lose themselves when they become mothers. Motherhood is a priority of course, perhaps her number one priority but she feels it's important to recognize your other priorities as well, including who you are in addition to being a mother and who were before.